Date:, November 16, 2023
Time: 11:00 AM EST / 10:00 AM CST / 8:00 AM PST / 3:00 PM GMT
Duration: 1 Hour
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You’ve heard it all before – the future of building systems is no longer static. Customers expect building data, automation, and technology. And, with global revenue for building automation systems expected to increase 4.5% compounded annually over the next 10 years,* there is immense opportunity to deliver greater connectivity and intelligence to the existing built environment.
So, where do you start?
A strong smart building foundation starts with 4 key areas: connectivity, cybersecurity, serviceability, and resilience. Addressing these through building controls and automation is the key to creating spaces that prioritize performance and energy efficiency without sacrificing occupant comfort.
In this webinar, we’ll discuss how engineers and contractors can get started, and the resources available to help you through every step – from design to installation, operation, and beyond.
* “Market Data: Building Automation and Controls,” 2022
Key Learning Objectives:
- Explore market trends driving customer demands and technological changes.
- Learn how connectivity begins with equipment while integration flexibility accommodates the use of existing technologies from design through install.
- Understand how and when to involve IT while addressing cybersecurity, IP, and integration needs to ensure seamless implementation.
- Learn about new technology and tools available to help design and install a smart system.
Product Manager, Terminal Unit Controls & Air-Fi® Wireless, Trane CommercialKrista joined Trane in 2021 as a Controls Product Manager for the Terminal Unit Controls and Air- Fi Product line. In this role, she is focused on commercializing our next generation of factory and field-mount controls and sensors, enhancing the connectivity, serviceability, and flexibility of the offerings in our portfolio.Prior to joining Trane, Krista worked in Product Management at Cummins, managing High Horsepower Diesel Gensets and at Honeywell managing a portfolio of Sensors and Electromechanical Devices for the Aerospace and Off-Highway Transportation markets. She started her career as an Industrial Business Developer at Dow Corning Corporation.Krista graduated from the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor with a BSE in Mechanical Engineering and completed her MBA at the University of Michigan-Flint (Go Blue!).
Marcus joined Trane in 2008 as a Controls Technical Support Engineer. In 2010 he moved into Controls Product Development and worked on a wide variety of projects including enhancements to standard applications, new system integration features, support of legacy controls products, enterprise data analytics tools, graphics productivity savings, and product licensing. Marcus manages a group of Product Planning Engineers working on the entire breadth of controls products. Marcus also serves as Product Manager for Trane Autonomous Control.Marcus graduated from the University of Minnesota with a Bachelors in Electrical Engineering, and later a Masters in Management of Technology.Sponsored by: